Yes, they definitely could. As more people become aware that they can contribute to wildlife conservation and earn some money for themselves by buying these one of a kind photos and art pieces, their value could rise.
NFT sales in the first half of 2021 reached an amazing $2.5 billion so it's very clear that people are finding value in owning NFT's and are willing to spend money on them.
A wildlife photograph set a new record in June 2021 by selling for the amount of $86 510. View the list of the most expensive wildlife NFT's here...
It all depends on what bidders are willing to pay when the photographs and artworks are auctioned.
40% of the profit from the purchase of each photograph or artwork NFT is contributed to a wildlife conservation organization.
Another 10% of the profit goes to the company or individual who created the wildlife collection and the remaining 50% goes to the seller of the NFT.
By registering the wildlife photographs or artwork on the block chain they become provably unique, the ownership of the photographs or piece of art can be proven at any time and is unalterable. So that's where the provably part of the name comes from.
And because 40% of the profits from the sale of these NFT's is contributed to wildlife conservations organizations to help protect wildlife, the second part of the name comes into play.
Payment is possible in US dollars by bank transfer (EFT), credit/debit card (Visa or MasterCard) or Paypal.
Cryptocurrency payment options are also available in the form of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) or Ripple (XRP).
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